Training


Our training division is comprised of subject area experts who have years of educational experience. These Instructors teach not only within the department but are happy to schedule courses for outside agencies and groups to suit their needs. Our instructional cadre consists of registered Instructors from the Office of the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM), affiliate faculty from the National Association of E.M.T.'s (NAEMT), American Heart Association, National Safety Council and many other accredited institutions.

 

COURSES OFFERED

 

                                        

MEDICAL

TRAUMA

        

FIREFIGHTING

  • Fire Control 1 Fire Chemistry
  • Fire Control 2 Operations in structural firefighting
  • Fire Control 3A (NFPA 1403) live fire in acquired structures
  • Fire Control 3B (NFPA 1403) live fire in fixed burn structures
  • Fire Control 4 Oil and Gas firefighting
  • Fire Control 4A/B Flammable liquids and gases firefighting
  • Fire Control 6 Wildland firefighting essentials
  • Fire Control 7 Wildland live fire firefighting operations
  • S-130: NWCG Wildland Fire Fighter Training
  • S-131: NWCG Advanced Wildland Fire Fighter Training
  • S-190: Introduction To Wildland Fire Behavior
  • S-200: Initial Attack Incident Commander Type 4
  • S-215: Fire Operations In The Wildland/Urban Interface
  • S-231: Engine Boss - Single Resource
  • S-270: Basic Air Operations
  • S-359: Medical Unit Leader

RESCUE

  • ​Firefighter Survival
  • Rapid Intervention Crew Tactics
  • Trench Rescue
  • ​Swiftwater Rescue (River & Flood Water Rescue)
  • Ice Rescue
  • Auto Extrication
  • Confined Space Rescue (awareness)

ICS - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM

  • ​ICS-100 (Introduction to the Incident Command System)
  • ICS-200 (Basic Incident Command)
  • ICS-300 (Intermediate Incident Command)